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Nuggets center JaVale McGee is sometimes known for the wrong reasons on the basketball floor. McGee is no stranger to making a boneheaded play at least once a game, but the athleticism and potential he possesses is endless. That potential is undoubtedly what earned him a very nice contract this past summer with the Nuggets, and it is a display of athleticism like this play that really shows what people see in the young man.
McGee, who already had an impressive play earlier in the Nuggets first 2013 playoff game versus the Golden State Warriors where he caught a shot in midair (though it was ruled a goaltend), completely embarrasses Warriors center Andrew Bogut with this poster dunk:
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It only took the second game of the 2013 NBA playoffs to possibly have the best “poster dunk” of these playoffs. As you might figure, Denver Nuggets center JaVale McGee had something to do with it.
The play happened in the second quarter of game one between the Nuggets and the Warriors as McGee took a feed from Andre Igoudala and threw down a terribly nasty dunk on Andrew Bogut:
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JaVale McGee Dunk Over Andrew Bogut
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